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BRYNAMMAN- I I OPENING OF CO-OPERATIVE STORES. On Saturday, January 15th, the Brynamman branch of the Cwmgorse and district Co-operative Society, was opened at Park Street, Brynamman, in the presence of a large gathering of members and friends, by Mr Warren of the CW.S., Cardiff. The mting was presided over by Mr T. G. Evans, I who, in his opening address, pointed out the importance of co-operation in ail things, and hoped the members would be loyal to the store, for in that wav they would be loyal to them- selves, since they were the owners of the store. He referred to the pro- gress made in the Cwmgorse district since Mr Howells had taken over the management of the store some four years ago. The trade at that time was £1,100 for a period of 20 weeks, while during last quarter the trade was E3,366 for 13 weeks. Mr Evans, chairman of the Skewen society next addressed the meeting, and was followed by Mr J. R. Davies, chairman of Cwmbwrla Society; Mr Samuel Jones, secretary of the West Wales Co-operative Association, and Mr Warren, of Cardiff, who all gave rousing speeches on behalf of co-opera- tion. The Chairman then handed Mr Warren a beautifully inscribed silver key, with which he unlocked the door, and the store was declared open. Mr Warren then entered, followed by the chairman, who made the first purchase. After the opening ceremony, a very successful tea. was held in the building adjoining the new Branch Store, and in the evening there was a public at Ebenezer Vestry (kindly lent for the occasion) The speakers at the evening meeting, which was well attended, were Mr. Hopkins, chairman of Pontardulais Co-operative Society; Mr Wm. Wil- liams, Cwmllynfell. and Mr David Wil- liams, ex-mayor of Swansea, who all expressed their best wishes for the success of the new branch, and, the ex- tension of Co-operation in the sur- rounding district. The society has been fortunate in securing the services as manager of such a capable man as Mr Morgan is proving himself to be.

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